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Is Gibberellic Acid GA3 harmful to the human body?

Date: 2024-06-07 14:32:18
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Gibberellic Acid GA3 is a plant hormone.
When it comes to hormones, many people think that it will be harmful to the human body. In fact, Gibberellic Acid GA3, as a plant hormone, is not harmful to the human body.

Because there is no binding receptor in the human body, it will only be metabolized, and the plant hormone itself is produced by the plant itself. Lower concentrations of Gibberellic Acid GA3 promote growth, while higher concentrations inhibit growth. Different organs of plants have different requirements for the optimal concentration of auxin.

The optimal concentration of roots is about 10^(-10) mol/L, the optimal concentration of buds is about 10^(-8) mol/L, and the optimal concentration of stems is about 10^(-4) mol/L. This dose will not accumulate to the dose that will produce an effect in the human body, so there is no need to worry at all.
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